Our new issue hits the shops this week, featuring Lynne Goldsworthy’s charming schoolhouse quilt on the cover. Here’s a sneak peek at our issue highlights for February…
We’re upping our quilt game for issue 32 by bringing you a fresh batch of beautiful quilts to celebrate your love of patchwork. Our latest issue comes with a collectible William Morris supplement, filled with the heritage and history behind the iconic Arts & Crafts designer.
- Celebrate the work of William Morris with us
- Free quilt patterns: download your issue 32 templates here
- Order your copy today in our online store.
Once you’re finished immersing yourself in our virtual tour of his life’s work, Sally Ablett has created an heirloom quilt project for you to sew using fabrics from the latest Kelmscott Fabric Collection from FreeSpirit fabrics.
And that’s just your free cover gift! Inside your main magazine we’ll show you how to get creative with your binding, try Appliqué Perse to sew an elegant bag and show off bold floral fabrics with a stunning fussy cut star quilt. Read our full issue overview below and order your copy today in our online store.
Look inside issue 32
Red Village Farmhouse: Monochrome quilts tick all the right boxes for us – Lynne Goldsworthy uses monochrome fabrics to make this stunning quilt based on the classic schoolhouse block.
Designer Touch: return to a bygone age and make this charming clutch bag, with a mixture of crazy patchwork, appliqué purse and lace trim, plus bonus coin purse.
Under Australian Stars: Sew a simple quilt design with Anna Marie Galvin’s oversized blocks quilt to show off the beauty of bold and beautiful floral fabrics.
Stepping Stones: Combine rich colours with bold shapes in this classic quilt, designed and made by Pam & Nicky Lintott. Quilted by The Quilt Room.
Bargello Schist: Linda Clements’ striking bargello wall hanging gleams with silk dupion, flecks of gold in print fabrics and glittering strata of metallic beads.
The Vintage Home continues: Part 4 of our block of the month series sees Jo Avery create beautiful blocks inspired by cute ceramic caddies.
All this plus great reads…
- From the desk of Lynne Edwards MBE: Expert tips for tackling those un-finished objects once and for all
- Essential Guide: Get creative with binding: Linda Clements show sou how to get creative with scrappy and two-colour binding
- Meet the artist: Anne Williams talks to artist Bethan Ash about her vivid and captivating improvisational art quilts
- Double Act: A tribute to a special quilter, Lucy Boston
- Life, Love, Liberty: a spotlight on Liberty fabric, making the headlines both here and abroad
Issue 32 hits the shops here in the UK this Thursday 26th January: order your copy today in our online store.